Between 2000 and 2014 the gold price has risen from US$300 per troy ounce to over US$1,300. However, this run-up in prices has been driven mostly by demand from retail investors, especially from China and India. So far, institutional investors — especially pension funds — haven’t been very eager to jump on the bandwagon. Pension funds invest less than 1% of their assets in gold o

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How Much Gold Do Pension Funds Have?

How Likely Is It That Pension Funds Will Buy Gold?

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Will Pension Funds Eventually Buy Gold?

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